Short Term Car Lease Minneapolis MN
Louis, Park, MN
St. Paul, MN
St. Paul, MN
Mo-Fr 0700-1800, Sa 0900-1200, Su Closed
Child Seats, Hand Controls for Disabled Drivers Only , Replacement Rentals When your car is in the shop for repairs.Insurance/Body Shop and Dealership/Service Center replacement rentals available at this location.for replacement rental reservations., Gold Counter Service , Pickup/Return Service:Available with a one hour advance notice and within 15 minutes from the Hertz Local Edition location. Contact the location to arrange for Pick Up service.
After Hours - After hour returns are allowed 0630-2300. Park vehicle in the Hertz designated parking stalls. Drop box is located near the Hertz rental counter in the Amtrak train station. Bus - Approximately 4 miles from the Greyhound bus station.
St Paul, MN
Saint, Paul, MN
Short Term Car Lease
Car dealers and leasing companies don't offer short term leases on new cars. That is, they only offer leases that start at 24 months. If a shorter term is required, one must look elsewhere. We'll tell you how and where.
Why a Short Term Lease?
There are many reasons someone might want a vehicle for a relatively short period of time. A temporary job assignment. School. Temporary financial situation. Special family needs. Military deployment. Want to "test drive" a particular make/model for a while. Don't have funds for down payment and dealer fees.
In many cases a long-term rental from a car rental company may be the answer. Rent terms can range from one day to several months, although long rentals can be very expensive.
As a rule of thumb, if your needs are for less than six months, renting may be better. However, for six months to 24 months, or more, you may be better to consider a short-term lease. It's important to understand that renting is not leasing, and leasing is not renting.
Many short term car leases are being offered at bargain prices, with no down payment — even cash back incentives - if you know where to look.
How Does it Work?
All short term leases are lease "assumptions" or "takeovers." That is, one party arranges to take over a lease from another party who wants out of their existing lease. The new lessee assumes the monthly payments and other responsibilities for the re...